Hotel Ms Chipichape
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thriving community living off a tourist dollar, including many artists, artisans and musicians. But onwards the call, this time for a stop on beat 4 and 8. Salsa! Cali!
I spent my first night in Cali with a great Couchsurfing host couple. They dropped me off the next morning at the house of Camillo, where I was to rent a room, in the barrio of San Antonio, the older and more bohemian district of Cali. I went down town to go look for a place to change the dollars ...
... yell, "just run, just run!" While they were right, I figured three fit guys with a bigger weapon could easily take him on but I didn't feel comfortable doing it alone, so my brain switched from predator/hunter mode to prey/hunted mode and I turned and jumped off the ledge I was on. Well, this park has several flights of stairs with each level having a cobblestone wall/railing about a meter high... Except for the top one, which I happened to be jumping from because in the haste ...
Me and Dunia finally arrive in Cali and had to find a place to stay. Most bus terminals have Internet cafes, so a quick Google search told us somewhere close. Local House Hostel was the lucky establishment to have is as guests.
It was a pretty funky place with doors made into tables, gas bottles for chairs, paintings and art all over the place and other stuff alike. The room was pretty ...
... mini fruit salad...think that's it! It was all really tasty and without doubt the best set lunch of our trip! We then headed back to the hostel after stopping at the supermarket to pick up some veg for a light dinner and some rum to loosen up Ash's hips for the free salsa lesson in the hostel that night...
It was pretty funny - Ash isn't the most natural salsa dancer (although he does have some other unique Ash moves) - but we did an OK job and we got to put our ...
... as my place of residence despite having my British passport in his hand... Anyway...Diego collected us from the mall near his house and we tried some Juan Valdez coffee, apparently the best coffee chain in Colombia. We spent Thursday evening on a guided tour of the historical old town with Diego and his friend Daniela. We tried some tasty "avena" - a drink like blended rice pudding (my new favourite thing) and some "pan de yuca" (yuca bread). Later we went to a salsa ...